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Language peer sets for PLUS:
United States
United States/1964
Designed 1964
1960s languages
Third generation
Early Cold War
Genus Other US historic
Other US historic
US historic algorithmic systems
Historic algorithmic languages
Other US historic/1964
US historic algorithmic systems/1964
Historic algorithmic languages/1964
Other US historic/United States
US historic algorithmic systems/United States
Historic algorithmic languages/United States


Programming Language for UNIVAC Systems 

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Country: United States
Designed 1964
Published: 1962
Genus: Other US historic
Sammet category: Multi-purpose

Programming Language for UNIVAC Systems - designed to be machine independant and portable between the 1100 and 900 series.

Machine-oriented systems language used internally by Univac.

Related languages
PL/I PLUS   Dialect of

  • [Sperry] PLUS Programmer Reference Manual, Rev. (1977) [Sperry] PLUS Programmer Reference Manual, Rev. 2
  • Borgerson, B. R. ; Hanson, M. L. ; and Hartley, P (1978) Borgerson, B. R. ; Hanson, M. L. ; and Hartley, P. A. "The Evolution of the Sperry Univac 1100 Series: A History, Analysis, and Projection"
          in [ACM] (1978) [ACM] CACM 21(01) (January 1978)
  • [Sperry] PLUS Specifications, Rev. (1979) [Sperry] PLUS Specifications, Rev. 3
          in [ACM] (1978) [ACM] CACM 21(01) (January 1978)
  • Stodola, Frank W. (1980) Stodola, Frank W. "The PLUS programming language" pp146-155 DOI Extract: Summary
          in [SIGPLAN] (1980) SIGPLAN Notices 15(01) January 1980
  • Spector, David (1982) Spector, David "Ambiguities and insecurities in Modula-2" pp43-51 Extract: Introduction
          in [SIGPLAN] (1982) SIGPLAN Notices 17(08) August 1982
  • Flass, Peter (2000) Flass, Peter "Languages Related to PL/I" in "The PL/I Language" Online copy at Peter Flass's PL/1 site
          in [SIGPLAN] (1982) SIGPLAN Notices 17(08) August 1982
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